New Relic User Groups Coming to Your City

Between our San Francisco and Portland offices, New Relic hosts a ton of meetups, user groups, and hackathons. It’s one of our favorite ways to engage with and support our incredible community. We also know that these events are a fantastic opportunity for learning about and mastering the latest and greatest tools in Web development. Yet until recently, we had never hosted our own New Relic User Group. That’s about to change.

New York City skyscape

We’ve heard from many of you asking about opportunities to get better acquainted with New Relic. Whether it’s meeting with fellow New Relic users or the product experts from our team, learning about the innovative, new ways other companies are using New Relic makes it easier for you to achieve your own business success. We hear you, and we want to help!

That’s why I’m happy to announce a series of New Relic User Group events taking place across North America over the next few months. Our first User Group will take place in New York City on Thursday, August 7, 2014, at Gilt. Each event will feature presentations from New Relic users and pros alike, and there will be ample time for networking and discussion. This is a great opportunity to get to know and learn from other New Relic users in your area.

Neato! Can I have one in my city?

Yes! We hope to bring these events to a number of cities (Chicago, Seattle, LA, and Atlanta–we’re looking at you!). If you’re interested in having a New Relic User Group event in your area, send us an email at Additionally, if you have a venue space you’re willing to make available, please let us know! From there, we’ll work on setting up an awesome event with exceptional speakers.

We’re thrilled to be launching this program and are even more excited to meet and mingle with members of our community.

If you’re in the New York City Area, RSVP for our first event.

Can’t wait to see you there!

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Noelle Daley is a software engineer at New Relic. View posts by .

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